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We’ve worked with Universal Language Solutions on a number of web projects for the last few years now and have no hesitation in recommending them to supply fast and accurate translations across multi-languages. Offering a friendly and professional service they are a pleasure to work with.

Michael Lopatis

Senior Store Manager

Universal Music (Digital Stores)

English Translation

From Swahili to Spanish, Kyrgyz to Korean, at Universal Language Solutions we literally have the world at our fingertips.

Of all the languages spoken around the world, English continues to be a dominant language and the need for translating work into or from English is considerable.

We provide exceptional quality services for clients wishing to have work translated into English from scores of different source languages, and also to have English work translated into other languages to aid direct communication with customers, suppliers and contacts around the world. English has been called “the language of economic opportunity”, allowing non-native speakers to communicate, share and transact in a common tongue.

In a world of diversity, however, there are far more opportunities for content written in other languages to be given a platform. In particular, the internet is an area where English, although still the most used language with eight billion people around the world choosing it online, now competes with other languages such as Chinese, Spanish and Arabic.

And in a world where nations take pride in the nuances of their language, we are also able to check text written for the other countries around the world where English is the official primary language.

So, whatever your need, our in-house and freelance teams can meet it at Universal Language Solutions.

Here is a taste of the English language services we offer:

  • Web content localisation
  • Industry-specific translations
  • Proofreading
  • Desktop publishing
  • Subtitling
  • Transcreation
  • Transcription